Last night was clear, at least until I got to my shooting spot, about 15 minutes south of town. Even with the clouds sliding across the sky, I still managed to get a few decent shots of the galaxy.
Photo details: 30 second exposure, ISO 400, f/2.8, 11mm. Shot in RAW and edited with Darktable following this tutorial from Andreas Schneider. Check out the before & after shots below.
As I was just starting to think about leaving, since the clouds were rolling in (and it was late and I was tired), the moon started to rise. I managed to snap this here photo of the moonglow on the bottom of the clouds, partly hidden by a hydro pole, just before the moon made its appearance.
Photo details are the same as above, except it was shot at ISO 200. Likewise edited in Darktable.
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